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at the other end of the line. here tonight, abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: listen closely as 12-year-old deion murdoch dials 911, alone in his texas home. >> 911. where is the emergency? hello? >> someone is trying to break into my house. they just broke the window, ma'am. >> they just broke the window? what room are you in? >> i'm in my mother's room right now. please hurry. >> is your house -- i am. stay on the phone with me. >> reporter: the dispatcher tells little deion to go into the closet, doing her best to reassure him along the way. as police say these two young men break into the house. >> i'm going to have to whisper now because i think they're coming in. please hurry. >> they are, they are. >> they're in there. >> they're inside the room now. >> reporter: then, chilling silence for a full minute. >> you there? deion? okay, just stay there. the officers, i think they're going to catch the guy, okay? >> reporter: when police arrived, they said they saw the two men running from the home. the dispatcher keeping the child on the line, with a loving tone. >> so, is the police officer out
the story. >> reporter: listen closely as 12-year-old deion murdoch dials 911 alone in his port arthur, texas, home. >> 911, where is the emergency? hello. >> someone's trying to break into my house. they just broke the window now. >> they just broke the window. what room are you in? >> i'm in my mother's room right now. please hurry. >> i am. stay on the phone with me. >> reporter: the dispatcher tells little deion to go into the closet doing her best to reassure him along the way as these two young men break into the house. >> i'm going to have to whisper because i think they are. coming in. >> they are. they are inside the room now. >> reporter: then chilling silence for a full minute. >> are you there, deion? >> yeah. >> just stay there. just stay there. the officers, i think they're going to catch the guy, okay? >> reporter: when police arrive they said they saw the two men running from the home. the dispatcher, keeping the child on the line with a loving tone. >> so is the police officer outside the house? >> yeah, but stay inside the closet, because they're trying to find the ba
. >> reporter: this is the voice of 12-year-old deion murdoch, home alone, when he noticed two strangers outside. he bravely called 911 and quickly followed instructions from the dispatcher to hide if the closet. >> i'm going to have to whisper now, they're coming in. >> you have any weapons inside the closet? >> no, ma'am. please hurry. i'm scared. >> they are, they're turning on the street. >> reporter: while police turned down the street to deion's home in port arthur, texas, the intruders began to make their way inside. >> they're in here. >> they're inside the room now. they're inside the bedroom where he's at. >> reporter: after a minute of chilling silence from deion, the dispatcher checks to make sure he is still safe. >> you there? deion? okay, just stay there, i think they're going to catch the guy, okay. >> it sounds like there are multiple people. >> okay, be quiet. >> reporter: police arrived and said they saw two men run from the moment near in canal and into the woods. deion was still in the closet listening to the reassuring words from the dispatcher. >> so, is the police officer
of the woman on the other end of the phone. >> listen closely as 12-year-old deion murdoch dials 9-1-1 alone in his port arthur home. >> 9-1-1, where is the emergency? hello. >> somebody is trying to break into my house. they just broke the window. >> they just broke the window? what room are you in? >> please hurry. >> i am. stay on the phone with me. >> the dispatcher tells deion to go into the closet doing her best to reassure him along the way. police say these two young men break into the house. >> i am going to have to hang up because i think they are coming in. please hurry. >> they are. >> they are here. >> they are inside the room now. >> and then chilling silence for a full minute. >> are you there? deion? just stay there. the officers think they will catch the guy, okay? >> when police arrived they saw the two men running from the home. the dispatcher is keeping the child on the line with a loving tone. >> so, is the police officer outside the house? >> yeah, but stay inside the closet. they are trying to find the bad guys, okay? you are doing good. you are doing real good. you ar
"home alone" story. >> reporter: deion murdock was home alone when he heard two strangers outside. so the quick-thinking 12-year-old picked up the phone. >> 911, where's the emergency. >> two came into my house. he just broke the window. >> what room are you in? >> in my mother's room right thought. >> reporter: this dispatcher on this recording tells deion to go into the closet of his port arthur, texas, home. >> his mom wasn't there. he had no one at the residence. it was just he and i. >> i'm going to have to whisper now because i think they are coming in. >> they are, they are. >> they're in there. >> they're inside the room now. they're inside the bedroom where he's at. >> reporter: la tonya james, is the calm supportive voice deion heard on tuesday. >> he started to cry and whimper and it was at that point that the suspects were in his mom's bedroom. he was in the closet. so at that point, i just tried to calm him down. you there? deion? [ inaudible ]. >> okay, just stay there. the officers i think they're going to catch the guy. >> reporter: police say they arrived just in time
with these changes? >>gary: with deion sanders and jerry rice. both these guys are too of the greatest ever. stay home. please. they are going to be coaches for this pro bowl. deion is a ham and jerry is becoming a ham. stay home. no one cares that you all are hoping to pick the pro team. give them a commercial. -- helping pick the pro-bowl team. >>darya: from the raiders josh crypts says now the game is tainted. a >>gary: let me explain to you. alleged have a prepared statement. what this game is right before the super bowl they are going to have the fans vote, deion sanders and jerry rice will help pick the teams and someone else. but the i-just the game is too violent. no one wants to play a violent game if they really don't have to treat you give each one of those guys to the winning side. give them $250,000 and then they will play. but you can't just go out there and give--go out there and say give it your all. the life span of a pro football player is three and a half years. and if you did entered they see you later. >>darya: off-screen into a is a vicious gang. the idea that he says is t
, a clever and smart 12-year-old calling for help as burglars are break nothing this texas home. deion murdock hiding into the closet while talking to a 911 operator. >> i'm going to have to whisper now because i think they're coming in. >> you have any weapons inside the closet? >> no, ma'am, please hurry. >> they are, they are, they're turning on your street. >> they're in there. >> they're inside the bedroom where he's at. you there? deion? >> yes. >> okay, stay there. the officers -- i think they're going to catch the guy, okay. >> it sounds like there are multiple people. >> be quiet. >> is the police officer outside the house? >> yes, but stay inside the closet. because they're trying to find the bad guys, okay? you're doing good. you're doing real good. you're doing perfect. your mom is going to be so proud of you. >> the burglars running from the house into the nearby woods, police arresting them there and deion's mother saying she is proud of her son. as she should be. >>> and coming up, the obama administration offering up a special deal on obama care, but not offering it to
four games for lying about having dinner with deion sanders and another for selling his own ohio state memorabilia. >> a full slate of college games are on tap, 17 to be exact, including one pitting heisman trophy candidate and the south carolina game cox against north carolina. >> same-sex marriage licenses issued after the state district court rules it constitutional. find out why the battle in new mexico is just beginning. >> it's one of three pieces of art worth millions and it could be yours for the right bid. ç] >> new mexico's most populated county, home to half the state began issuing same-sex marriage licenses this week. a group of represent legislators plans to file a lawsuit to stop the licenses from being issued, arguing it's up to the state legislature with the consent of the governor to make laws, not county clerks or district judges. dozens have been granted so far. >> qatar plans to launch its first satellite into space tonight. the hail one communication satellite is schedule would to take off in french gee anna. once deployed, it will transmit over 100 television sta
and they decided to make a run for it. deion remained on the telephone providing the best information he could. >> the intruder's two young many, were soon caught a quarter mile away. deion showed the type of bravery that few adults could muster, let alone a 12-year-old boy. >> and applause for the dispatcher as well. the right words to say to a young boy. david lee miller, thank you. >>> there's word the brave young girl whose family fought to get her on the adult transplant list may soon continue her recovery at home. a very encouraging update on sarah murnaghan next. >>> the 11-year-old girl who is recovering from a pair of double lung transplants may finally be heading home. the word from a family spokeswoman who says doctors are expected to release sarah murnaghan this week. her mom just posted on facebook she is going home tomorrow. sarah was suffering from cystic fibrosis when her parents fought to get her on the adult transplant list and now doctors have taken sarah off oxygen and sarah still uses the machine to help her breathe but is now walking short distances with a walker and even
. the officers, they are going to catch the guy, okay? >> reporter: 12-year-old deion is one brave little boy. consider the fact that what you heard was edited for time. this whole ordeal took much longer than what you just heard. >> what happened? >> a few minutes later the police did arrive. one of the suspects was look out the window. apparently he saw the police and that's when they decided to make a run for it. 12-year-old deion did what he was told by the dispatcher. he also stayed on the phone providing the best information he could. >> is the police officer outside the house. >> yes. but stay inside the closet because they are trying to find the bad guys. you are doing good, you are doing perfect. your mom is going to be so proud of you. >> actually it was the only thing i could think. you thought welt. you are a very, very smart young man and you did a good thing. >> reporter: the intruders were found a quarter mile away using tracking dogs. deion is considered a hometown hero, his 911 call is playing on the internet to show the type of bravery few adults could muster let alone a 12-
and deion sanders will help pick the two sides. the game will also have plenty of rule changes, such as no kickoffs and possession changing after each quarter. >>> the giants at phillies last night, check out this catch. a foul ball down the line. look at this -- the fan with the hat. is going to make the grab. take another look. good thing he did. because the girl right below him was ducking for cover and john, i'm going to call this a pretty lucky catch. he turned his head, closed his eyes and just stuck the hat out. >> that's excellent use of the hat. i'm impressed by that. >> all right. i'm more of a guy who would go for it with my hands. >> eddie, braver than most. we'll be right back. >>> welcome back, everyone. about 56 minutes after the hour. the top cnn trends on the web this morning. new details this morning about lindsay lohan's release from rehab. she finished a court-ordered rehab stint. she'll have to keep going to therapy. the troubled star has a lot going on right now. her movie "canyons" open this week. >>> simon cowell is about to become a new dad. reportedly
about having dinner with deion sanders. >> the cup moves to boston. tiger woods currently sits atop the standings, but he's been dealing with back issues for the better part of a week how to. he is slated to tee off 8:40 eastern time. we explain how tiger's back could affect his boston chances. we do not have the report. while the nfl preseason ends tonight with a full slate of games, college season gets started with 17 games. that is sports this morning. >> waiting for another big hit. >> qatar plan to say launch its first satellite interspace tonight, scheduled to take off from bruce space sport in french dianna. it will transmit over 100 television channels, including aljazeera. >> sleepion in seattle, but in remarkably small places. the unique residential concept that some love, but neighbors loathe. we'll explain why. >> being tormented by tomatoes. the annual food fight where thousands pay for the privilege of helping each other with red and ripe ones. ç] >> welcome back. brokerage giant merrill lynch settled a discrimination lawsuit that will bring hundreds of millions of do
iglesias, annie lowrey, "washington post" columnist e.j. deion and political editor and white house correspondent at the huffington post, stan stein. joining us from beirut, lebanon is foreign correspondent, amman mow hadean. >> there is word from the british, they're not going to do anything. what is the reaction to the notion that the president may go it alone as it were? >> well, now there's a few different sets of reactions. one specifically set because of a u.s. strike on syria and two, the humanitarian consequences of that and three, the possible fallout in terms of regional conflict. obviously, people are concerned about the possibility of a u.s. air strike or any type of strike given the fact that there has been intervention that is ended so disastrously in iraq and elsewhere. the concern among the governments has do more with the concern of security and that in places like lebanon, they've already seen violence from syria spill over here. this is a very divided country in terms of ethnic makeup. a lot of is actually mirrors inside of syria. they're afraid if there's a confl
and the complexities of war. joining me is matthew iglesias, annie lowrey, "washington post" columnist e.j. deion and political editor and white house correspondent at the huffington post, stan stein. joining us from beirut, lebanon is foreign correspondent, amman mow hadean. >> there is word from the british, they're not going to do anything. what is the reaction to the notion that the president may
, on a date with simone. >> wish deion sanders was in there. >> if they weren't so good on what they do on the field. that's just ridiculous. hilarious. i love every bit of it. chris brown in the news once again. spent one hour in jail you may remember after, may 21 it was kind of like a hit and drive. anyway, he spent one hour in jail. that's behind him now. appao tw say, coming up albu his la >>> good morning. i'm diana perez. >> i'm john muller. here are some of the top stories we're following this morning on "world news now." >> former president george w. bush expected released from a dallas hospital today after heart surgery. doctors placed a stent to open a clogged artery. >> jurors in the james "whitey" bulger trial begin their second day of deliberations. they're being asked to decide if the alleged mob boss was responsible for 19 murders. among other crimes. >> investigation is opening in switzerland into the deadly crash of a hot air balloon, that struck power lines before plunging 165 feet to the ground. a man from california was killed, his wife, two daughters and the balloo
, the chilling call to 911 from a boy home alone when burglars broke in. terrified and alone last tuesday, deion murdoch called police. >> they just broke the window ma'am. >> they just broke the window. what room are you in. >> my mother's room right now, please hurry. >> i am, stay on the phone with me. >> the dispatcher told him to lock himself in the closet. >> i'm going to have to whisper now because i think they're coming in. >> do you have weapons inside the closet. >> no, ma'am. please hurry. >> they are. they are. they're turning on your street. >> as police drew closer so are the intruders. they're in here. >> they're inside the room now. they're inside the bedroom where he is at. then dead silence for nearly a minute. are you there deion? just stay there. the officers, i think they're going to catch the guy. >> it sounds like there are multiple people. >> okay. be quite. the intruders took off when police arrived but were later caught and arrested. >> so is the police officer outside the house. >> yeah. but stay inside the closet because they're trying to find the bad guys, okay? you'
-old deion murdoch called 911 after two men broke into his house. >> i closed the door, locked it, opened it, and i had to like squeeze back there in this corner. hear them coming in. i panicked, but the lady started talking to me and made me calm down. martha: the 911 operator stayed on the phone with him until the police arrived. many in the texas town are calling her a hero. >> you have to put yourself in a mother's position or parent's position and get give the information to him so he can feel comfortable. >> reporter: both suspects were eventually arrested. it's great to see these 911 stories. he said she made me feel calm. so that's good. bill: nicely done. our nation's highest military hon jar awarded to a man who is not on an american hero but is still fighting for troops battling the memory of their own service. >> specialist tyrone carter's' selflessness reflect great credit on himself, bravo troop 4th infantry division and the united states army. [applause] bill: you do not picture that moment when you enlist for the u.s. military. the battle took place in 2009. ty carter and his
out of the house and into the woods. deion's quick thinking helped police arrest the pair of burglars. >> i think actually the only thing i could think of. >> you're a very, very smart young man. you did a good thing. >> mikayla pereira, cnn, new york. >> he did indeed. thank you for joining me today. i'm carol kos telea. "legal view" with ashleigh banfield starts now. >>> an 87-year-old grandmother shot and killed. the gunman, an 8-year-old boy. police say he pulled the trigger right after playing a shoot 'em up video game. >>> also this hour, legal trouble for donald trump. new york's attorney general suing that billionaire for $40 million. trump says it's nothing but extortion. both men pleading their case to cnn. you'll hear it. >>> and since when is it a crime to feed the homeless? in a city park? since right now. one church group in north carolina is fighting back. >>> hello,
to the ncaa about having lunch with deion sanders and while he wants to watch manziel play this season dez thinks it would be unfair if is he not suspended. >>> the only undefeated team in nfl history will finally make a trip to the white house. obama will host them. they didn't get to go to the white house because president nixon was dealing with his little thing called the watergate scandal. >>> jason dufner is on top of the world. apparently he and the with a in a makwanamaker trophy sleeping h it, the wife tweeting i've been replaced. how many beers do you think it holds? >> can we put it back up? >> 20. >> that would hold -- no, no, no. that would hold 36 beers. >> close, chris. dufner on the howard stern radio show says it holds 43 beers. >> well he's wrong. >> well, i hope he cleaned that before he slept with it. >> that's why he's sleeping so soundly. >> that man takes some really funny pictures. >> and that's 40 -- right up there. >> maybe it's 44, he just never made it. thanks, andy. have a good one. you hear the music, it's time for the rock block, everyone, a quick roundup of t
isn't home. >> stay on the phone with me. >> steve: 12-year-old deion murdoch was home alone at the time. he stayed on the line and followed the dispatcher's instructions to hide quietly in a closet. >> i think they're coming in. >> you're doing good. your mom will be so proud. >> steve: once police arrived, the two men ran out and into the woods. they were later arrested. those are your headlines. >> brian: guess what? maria molina is out and about. she's reading from the farmer's almanac last hour. >> now we're going to talk about the current weather conditions and what we can expect for today. >> steve: all right. good. >> let's talk about the weather across the northeast because we're talking temperatures that are relatively close to where they should be at this time of year. as far as new york city, we're expecting to make it into basically the lower 80s as we head into this afternoon. so not too bad for month of august. as we head farther west, parts of the southwestern u.s. are expecting to see more areas of heavy rain. we've been dealing with the areas of rain over th
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